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2017 Hyundai Santa Fe review – Roadshow

By Emme Hall Sure, the Santa Fe has been around for a loooooong time, but the refreshed model for 2017 brings the dependable seven-seater into today’s style. …read more Source:: cnet Camcorders


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NewsDemon

By Nicholas Fearn NewsDemon is yet another premium Usenet service vying for your attention and indeed money. The company provides high-speed access to newsgroup servers right around the world, and it’s among the Usenet services with the highest completion and retention rates on the market. You can sign up for NewsDemon here The platform is…


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NASA tests robotic tools to crack the surface of icy moons

By Devin Coldewey While the Mars rovers are searching the red planet for water over the next decade, there are whole moons full of the stuff just waiting for us to come visit. At least, that’s the theory. But missions to Europa and Titan are still hypothetical, so in the meantime NASA is toying with…


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Samsung Galaxy S8 vs iPhone 7 vs LG G6 Specs Comparison: Which Is The Best Smartphone

Samsung has officially unveiled its latest and greatest flagship, introducing the highly anticipated Galaxy S8 powerhouse. How does it stack up against the iPhone 7 and the LG G6? …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Apple releases new colorful Apple Watch ad

By Romain Dillet Apple just released a new video ad on its YouTube channel for the Apple Watch Series 2. There are two interesting things about this ad. It’s a colorful, cheerful clip that wants to turn the Apple Watch into a pop culture symbol. And it focuses on the fitness features of the Apple…


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Google Pixel 3 Already Has Smartphone Makers Worked Up: HTC, LG And More Reportedly In The Running

The Google Pixel 2 line will come from HTC later this year, but smartphone makers are reportedly racing already for the chance to make the Pixel 3 due in 2018. Potential partners include HTC, LG and more, according to a new report. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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New iPad

By James Peckham Innovating in the world of tablets is a difficult task right now, even for Apple. The iPad Pro brought about a new way of working and a variety of accessories to complement your 12.9-inch or smaller slate, but what if you don’t want those features? This new iPad is the device designed…


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AOC Agon AG352UCG gaming monitor

By Matt Hanson In many ways your gaming rig is only as good as the monitor you attach to it. You can spend huge amounts of cash on a top-of-the-range graphics card, but if it’s hooked up to an ageing monitor that can only handle low resolutions, all that power (and money) will go to…


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Top indie games to look out for in 2017

By Emma Boyle,Jon Porter,Kate Gray 2016 was a truly exceptional year for indie games: Stardew Valley, Darkest Dungeon, Hyper Light Drifter, Gonner, Broforce, Firewatch, Abzu… we could go on, but that’s not what we’re here to do. First of all, you should go and buy all those games, and then secondly, you should put some…


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Zelda: Breath of the Wild patch offers big framerate improvements

By Gerald Lynch Nintendo’s back with a bang, with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild garnering universal praise. We awarded it a coveted “Play it Now” score in our Breath of the Wild review. But it wasn’t without its problems. Breath of the Wild suffers from some serious framerate issues. The first open-world…


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The Samsung Galaxy S8 Is The First Smartphone With Bluetooth 5.0: Why Should You Care?

Samsung has officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. One specification that can easily be missed by users is that the devices are the first ones to support Bluetooth 5.0 technology. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Intel’s Optane Memory has a catch with budget processors

By Darren Allan Intel launched its Optane Memory – which acts as a small turbocharging cache for a traditional hard disk for an SSD-like speed boost – earlier this week, but a caveat we were unaware of has emerged: the product won’t work with low-end Kaby Lake processors. As we reported previously, the base requirements…


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A UK entrepreneur takes flight by attaching miniature jet engines to his limbs

By Brian Heater A YouTube collection of grainy video clips highlights the progress Gravity founder Richard Browning has made toward his outlandish dream over the past year. Each seems more terrifying than the last, with multiple jet engines attached to his limbs in various configurations, as he hovers a few feet from the ground. Read…


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New Apple iPad Display Is 44 Percent Brighter Than First-Gen iPad Air

iFixit dismantled the new 9.7-inch iPad to check the overall repairability of the device. During the teardown, it was confirmed that the new tablet’s display is significantly brighter than the first-gen iPad Air. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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The best Australian PS4 Pro deals in April 2017

By Harry Domanski,Brendan Griffiths Sony has officially announced the new 4K PlayStation 4, it’s called the PS4 Pro, it’s awesome and it’s out now. We imagine you’re on the lookout for a cheap PS4 Pro deal then. Below you’ll find all of the latest and best PS4 prices from the big name stores in our…


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